Xiaomi Mi 10 Series Gets HyperOS Update But There’s a Catch


Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro

Xiaomi is bringing its latest HyperOS skin to its older smartphones. Recently, we covered the Mi 11 series getting the HyperOS update. Now, it’s time for its predecessor, the Mi 10 series to get HyperOS. Xiaomi confirmed that the four-year-old lineup will get the skin, and now the update is rolling out to users in batches. However, there’s a catch that comes with the arrival of the HyperOS update for the Mi 10 series.

Xiaomi Mi 10 series was released back in 2020 and consisted of three models: Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Mi 10 Ultra. The phones shipped with the Android 10 OS and then got multiple updates including the MIUI 14 based on Android 13. Now, the smartphones have begun receiving the latest HyperOS update, but it is also based on Android 13 instead of the latest Android 14. Even though there is a catch of the older Android 13, it is a good thing that Xiaomi is still giving the HyperOS skin to the four-year-old lineup.

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The vanilla Mi 10’s update comes with the firmware version 1.0.3.0.TJACNXM with an installation package size of 4.1GB. While according to According to Ithome, the Pro and Ultra model gets firmware versions 1.0.3.0.TJACNXM and 1.0.2.0.TJJCNXM respectively. They have a size of 4.2GB. It is worth noting that this update also brings the March security patch.

HyperOS Update Highlights

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As with the other HyperOS updates, the one arriving on the Mi 10 series also promises performance and efficiency upgrades. A low-level overhaul enhances hardware utilization while intelligent resource allocation prioritizes tasks for smoother operation and reduced power consumption. This results in an overall longer battery life plus better performance. Users will be able to enjoy more customization options and also get a fresh experience with the new animations. That said, the update is rolling out in batches, and users can check for the update in the software update settings.

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